"In my experience, a strong Heterodyne will take about two hours to truly warp the laws of Nature."
― Carson von Mekkahn (Girl Genius)
"Now becomes the the past in an instant - and everyone will eventually die! Destiny triumphs over human knowledge and goes mad! That is the way of things! I spit upon this frail, crazed, world! I spit upon the Second Law of Thermodynamics!"
― Carson von Mekkahn (Girl Genius)
The power to manipulate a form of "science" that cheats the scientific method. Variation of Science Manipulation. Not to be confused with Magic.
Bad Science Manipulation
Fraudulent/Fringe Science Manipulation
Junk Science Manipulation
Mad Science Manipulation
Pathological Science Manipulation
Voodoo Science Manipulation
Unobtanium Science Manipulation
User can perform Pseudoscience, methodology that appears to be scientific or supported by science, but which fails to comply with the scientific method. A field, practice or body of knowledge can reasonably be called pseudo-scientific when it is presented as consistent with scientific research, but it demonstrably fails to meet scientific norms.
With this power, the user is able to perform feats that may appear to be science-based, but it is not distinguishing from feats of Science Manipulation that involves the utilization of the physical laws while this power function similarly to Magic that defy the physical laws.
Frank (Two Guys and Guy) has a diploma in applied pseudoscience
Evil Ninja Scientist (Ninja the Mission Force)
Through experimental alchemy, Doc Benton (Supernatural) has achieved immortality by vivisecting organs from his victims to replace his own.
Dr. James Whale/Victor Frankenstein (Once Upon a Time) was able to accomplish feats of science revolutionary in his realm that defy the laws of science in the land without magic - raising the dead - while in the land without magic.
Dr. Victor Frankenstein (Penny Dreadful) was able to break the boundaries of science, animating corpses into his own patchwork people on more than one occasion.
Rick Sanchez (Rick and Morty) is a scientist well-versed in the ways of science fiction-based technology, accomplishing feats from interdimensional travel to genetic alteration to even the alteration of magic.
Dr. Franken Stein (Soul Eater) is a practitioner of science so archaic and implausible that he was able to resurrect one of his fellow staff.
Medusa Gorgon (Soul Eater) is a witch that practices scientific experimentation that defy boundaries of scientific discovery.
Shaula Gorgon (Soul Eater NOT!) is versed in the mixture of magic and chemical sciences to augment mind control and enhancement.
Bentley (Sly Cooper) is one of the most brilliant scientific-minds in the world, being able to make leaps and bounds in the scientific field, ranging from DNA-ancestral trackers to a fully-functional time-machine.
Penelope (Sly Cooper) is one of the most brilliant scientific minds in the world, being able to create her own army of fully-functional robots, is an RC specialist and was even able to help Bentley perfect his time-travel technology.
Dr. M (Sly Cooper) is a mad scientist was able to make a fortress so scientifically advanced - even with his own army of genetically created hybrid - that the Cooper Gang could not sneak into it without a full team of specialists.
With the natural resources and libertarian policies of Rapture, Yi Suchong (Bioshock) was able to produce many products and inventions that defy the scientific limitations of his era, including plasmids, Big Daddies and Little Sisters.
With the help of Yi Suchong through quantum physical-engineering, Jeremiah Fink (Bioshock Infinite) was able to manufacture countless products and experiments that defy the scientific limitations of his era, including Vigors, Handymen and the Songbird.
The Medic (Team Fortress 2) possesses a specialized flamethrower-like device that can instantly heal any wound no matter how severe, and can even close an open chest cavity in a matter of seconds.